British Parliament Grilled Indian Oppression In Occupied Kashmir

British Parliament

The plight of the unarmed and oppressed people of Occupied Kashmir has raised voices in parliaments around the world as British MPs speak out against India’s state terrorism and the worst human rights abuses.

According to APP, the British Minister and 10 Members of Parliament expressed the helplessness of the people of Occupied Kashmir and strongly criticized the oppressive policies of India and urged the British Government to take a clear stand on the atrocities in Occupied Kashmir.

Sarah Owen, a British MP from the Labor Party, said the lockdown in Occupied Kashmir was not for the protection of the people but for coercion. More than 500,000 Indian troops have held the people of Occupied Kashmir captive. The worst human rights violations have been observed, Kashmiri Muslims are also being prevented from going to hospitals.

She said that Indian soldiers are harassing women on the doorstep of their homes, raping and attacking them. Britain has always spoken of the protection of women. What are the statements of MPs regarding occupied Kashmir? Compatible with? She said that women seeking asylum in Occupied Kashmir should be taken seriously.

There should be a transparent investigation into the killings in Occupied Kashmir. Freedom of expression is restricted in Occupied Kashmir. Speaking against the Modi government falls under the category of terrorism.

Occupied Kashmir is a serious human rights issue, MP James Dylan said. Violence and enforced disappearances are common in Occupied Kashmir. The Western media is silent on the situation in Occupied Kashmir. Tragic incidents of rape and sexual violence are taking place in the occupied territories. We have to unite against the atrocities perpetrated on Muslims in occupied Kashmir.

John Speller said that the situation in Occupied Kashmir and Punjab is not an internal matter of India, we reject this view of India. We are not against India but it does not mean that India is against human rights in Occupied Kashmir. He should not be held responsible for the violations. Human rights are a global issue.

India is responsible for the current situation in occupied Kashmir. He said that India has changed its law for the current situation in Occupied Kashmir. India is changing the demographics of Occupied Kashmir. By changing the demographics, India wants to get the desired results of a possible referendum. “Since last year, thousands of Kashmiris have been imprisoned for speaking out for political and human rights, and the people of Occupied Kashmir are not being given the right to justice,” she said. This conflict should be a cause for concern.

Naz Shah said that between 2015 and 2020, Britain sold 50 billion pounds worth of arms to India. The same weapons will be used to shed the blood of Kashmiris. Boris Johnson has postponed his visit to India, will he stop selling arms? International organizations, governments and leaders should stop India from the genocide of Kashmiris, this is a time of peace, otherwise, history will not forgive us.

Conservative Party’s Ruby Moore said India does not allow any foreign journalist to visit occupied Kashmir. More than 300 Kashmiris have lost their lives since the repeal of Article 370. The UN Commission on Human Rights should have access to occupied Kashmir to find out the facts. Britain must stand with freedom. Paul Burston said that the right to self-determination is a fundamental human right.

Our ministers should raise this issue with Indian ministers. Jim Shannon of the Democratic Unionist Party said India had detained 144 Kashmiri children. According to the UN report, no investigation has been carried out into the detention of children. According to the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce, a loss of 20 204 billion was incurred in the first three months of the repeal of Article 370.

He said that religious freedom was being violated in occupied Kashmir. The British government should try to get international observers to access to the occupied territories. Stephen Knock of the Labor Party said that Kashmir is the oldest unresolved issue, more than 95,000 Kashmiris have been killed in the last 30 years, adhering to UN resolutions on the Kashmir issue.

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